• [HN/Tuyên Quang] Tổ Chức Phi Chính Phủ Good Neighbors International (GNI) Tuyển Dụng Nhiều Vị Trí 2017
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    Human Resources Officer (HN)

    RECRUITMENT FOR HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER

    Good Neighbors is an international, non-profit humanitarian organization that plans, implements and raises funds for the provision of services in child education, community development, health, sanitation, and disaster relief projects. Currently Good Neighbors has been operating in 37 countries, supporting approximately 17 million people, including about 10 million children.

    Good Neighbors International in Vietnam (GNI) is implementing Community Development Projects (CDP) based on child sponsorship in 3 provinces; Tuyen Quang, Hoa Binh, and Thanh Hoa. GNI is working in main areas as child sponsorship and education, water and sanitation, income generation, etc. in 9 CDPs and is managing about 10,000 sponsored children.    

    Job title: Human Resource Officer (HR Officer)  Effective date: February 2017Department: Operation Division (OD)Location: Head Office, HanoiReports to: OD Manager Type of contract: Full time

    1. KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

    Internal: Country Director, Managing Director, OD Manager/Officers, Admin-Finance Manager/Officers,  Project Manager, Field OfficersExternal: GNI’s Donors, Partners, Governmental Officials, INGOs, Communities

    2. MAIN DUTIES

    Overall Management of HR’s activities of the organization.

    Main Tasks:

    • Planning and implementing personnel recruitment.
      • Collecting recruitment proposals from Divisions/ Project Sites, checking with yearly POA and submit to Division Manager…
      • Advertising, collecting, short-listing profiles and co-operating with Division Manager to organizing interview and selecting suitable candidate.
      • Sending invitation, offer letter and labor contract to selected candidate.
      • Preparing interview result report, probation report and submit to Division Manager.
      • Making the orientation schedule; direct introduction and guide new comer about organization’s HR policy, code of conduct.
    • Planning and implementing Staff Capacity Building.
      • Research, making proposal, collecting from divisions/CDPs and recommend to Division Manager, Directors about training needs. Making suitable training plan and submit to Division Manager.
      • Selecting trainer and directly contact, co-operate, supervising training program.
      • Follow-up and synthetic training result, preparing result report and submit to Division Manager.
    • Building and maintenance Salary Policy and other benefits as regulated.
      • Calculating salary, bonus and other allowances for all staffs and submit to Division Manager monthly…
      • Checking and updating into the system all changings about salary of all staffs.
      • Regularly synthetic, analysis HR status and salary adjustment and report to Division Manager as required.
      • Support Division Manager revising and updating salary policy as well as budgeting annual payroll and submit to Directors for approval.
    • Administering and Managing Health and Social Insurance of all staff.
      • Draw up a checklist of insurance contributions required by the Insurance Law and submit to OD Manager each month.
      • Maintain and update any changes in Social and Health Insurance files and check with the Insurance Agency every month.
      • Propose a Life Insurance package offered to all staff in accordance with GNI regulations and submit the proposal to OD Manager.
      • Ensure employees with Social and Health Insurance contributions can enjoy benefits according to regulations.
    • Providing support in building and implementing Performance Evaluation System.
      • Provide support in building, completing employees’ performance evaluation processes and forms.
      • Provide other divisions and CDPs with instructions and ensure the evaluation processes are carried out effectively.
      • Collect evaluation results and submit to Manager.
    • Managing Personnel File.
      • Maintain and update the personnel file and report to Manager.
      • Directly draft personnel documents such as job and position transfer, salary, punishment, contract extension and termination.
      • Manage Staff List and Personnel files systematically.
    • Completing other tasks as required.
      • Coordinate with other divisions to address problems in accordance with regulated procedures.
      • Regularly update Labor Law and Insurance Law.
      • Contact related partners and agencies in completing tasks.
      • Make periodical or urgent reports timely, accurately and effectively as required by higher managements.
      • Abide by the organization’s regulations and foster the organization’s solidarity.
      • Use and manage provided documents, information, equipment and assets effectively and confidentially.
      • Actively develop initiatives to enhance the work quality and productivity of department in particular and of the organization in general.

    3. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

    Education

    • A bachelor’s degree with major in HR management, Business Management and other related majors.

    Work experience

    • At least  02 years’ experience in Admin-HR;
    • Candidates have experience in NGO careers are preferred;

    Skills

    • Fluent in spoken and written English;
    • Proficient Office Computing;
    • Be good at organizational, planning;
    • Be good at organizing, team work and interpersonal skills;   
    • Be good at communication skills.

    Attitude

    • Sociable, responsive and committed
    • Hard-working and creative.
    • Able to work under high pressure.
    • Truthful and accountable

    Nationality: Vietnamese

    4. HOW TO APPLY

    Interested candidates are invited to send their application (including a letter of motivation and a CV with a portrait photo attached) to Human Resource Division via the email address [email protected] or to the Head Office address: Good Neighbors International in Vietnam, 17th Floor, Block A, Song Da Building, My Dinh I, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi no later than 15th February 2017. We are very sorry that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

     

    Operation Division Officer (Tuyen Quang)

    RECRUITMENT FOR OPERATION DIVISION OFFICER

    Good Neighbors is an international, non-profit humanitarian organization that plans, implements and raises funds for the provision of services in child education, community development, health, sanitation, and disaster relief projects. Currently Good Neighbors has been operating in 37 countries, supporting approximately 17 million people, including about 10 million children.

    Good Neighbors International in Vietnam (GNI) is implementing Community Development Projects (CDP) based on child sponsorship in 3 provinces; Tuyen Quang, Hoa Binh, and Thanh Hoa. GNI is working in main areas as child sponsorship and education, water and sanitation, income generation, etc. in 9 CDPs and is managing about 10,000 sponsored children.    

    Job title: Operation Division Officer (OD Officer)  Effective date: February 2017    Department: Operation Division (OD)Location: Van Phu, Tuyen Quang provinceReports to: OD Manager, Project Manager (PM)Type of contract: Full time

    1. KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

    Internal: Country Director, Managing Director, OD Manager/Officer, OD Team Leaders , Admin-Finance Manager/Officer, PM, Project OfficersExternal: GNI’s Donors, Partners, Governmental Officials, INGOs, Communities

    2. MAIN DUTIES

    1. Child education development:

    • Make survey of current teaching and learning status and educational conditions in kindergartens, primary and secondary schools in locality to determine the need of the schools and support facilities and capacity building;
    • Collaborate with schools, Community Development Committee (CDC) to draw up proposal and implement suitable supports to meet the needs of above-mentioned schools;
    • Directly build up and implement activities for the Learner-centered Approach Program, Youth Development Clubs, Reading Enrichment Programs, Career Pathfinders, etc.
    • Regularly monitor, supervise and promote activities of Youth Development Clubs, Reading Enrichment Programs, Career Pathfinders, …
    • Regularly observe class, monitor the application of learner-centered teaching program in sponsored schools;
    • Proactively introduce and develop the program.

    2. Community development:

    • Conduct survey on economical-social conditions, problems and resources for development in locality; design suitable development program;
    • Collaborate with CDC to establish Village Development Committee to implement development activities in village, hamlet, commune;
    • Provide consultancy and support CDC to build up development plan in village regarding culture, education, health, water – sanitation and environment;
    • Collaborate with CDC to draw up activity proposal;
    • Collaborate with stakeholders to implement approved community development activities to meet the deadline and quality;
    • Directly and regularly monitor, check implementation process of above-mentioned in village, hamlet, commune;
    • Give technical advices to schools, clubs, CDC on request to improve program’s efficiency; timely inform to address difficulties for stakeholders during implementing program;
    • Develop relationship between GNI and partners; promote participation of community’s members and local authorities relating to community development;
    • Take responsibility on quality and work process of above-mentioned activities in locality;
    • Organize efficient periodical appraisal of above-mentioned education and community development programs;
    • Carry out other project related work whenever required by OD team leader and Manager at project level and Head Office.

    3. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

    Education:

    • Bachelor degree in in Education, Psychology, Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Law, Social work or related fields

    Work experience:

    • At least 1 year relevant working experience.
    • Experience and skills of working with children.
    • Experience in community development or with NGO.

    Skills

    • Ability to work independently and work with the team;
    • Ability to work under pressure;
    • Good organizing skills and interpersonal skills;
    • Good skill in computer use: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Email
    • Basic English skill.

    Attitude

    • Sociable, responsive, committed working with GNI at least 01 year.
    • Teamwork
    • Accountable

    Nationality: Vietnamese

    4. HOW TO APPLY

    Interested candidates are invited to send their application (including a letter of motivation and a CV with a portrait photo attached) to Human Resource Division via the email address [email protected] or to the Head Office address: Good Neighbors International in Vietnam, 17th Floor, Block A, Song Da Building, My Dinh I, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi no later than 20th February 2017. We are very sorry that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. 

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